Originally Posted by spacediver
Originally Posted by ConnecTEDDD
...so if their thay are using BT1886 then is 100% 2.4 Power Curve....
So let's say you know that they used a straight power curve of 2.4, and you have a display with a relatively high black level. Are you suggesting it's better to calibrate to a pure 2.4?
There is not something standard, so use any gamma value it provides you the better performance of your set.
I like 2.25 more to my KURO, but again it has to do with the movie you see.....
I'm not suggesting any gamma value..... save 2 different memories and swap when the movie starts...
If you have a TV with high black level, buy a better one!
We are talking about image fidelity here.
BT1886 for consumer sets need ''Working and not broken'' 10-Point Gamma Controls (with small steps of change; while you are using them), that by tweaking them to not produce other new problems to your image (banding etc.)
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